We were witness to a change in mindset during the last decade, a shift from 'something cool to have' to 'essential for business survival'? The wide-and-deep proliferation of smartphones in the society has outpaced previous technology transition and adoption, e.g. migration to the web application from the client-server or desktop apps.
Are you planning to develop a mobile app? Great... Here is a 15 point
Scoping and high level estimation of any mobile app development can be simplified using a simple checklist approach. It helps in refining your initial requirements and ensures that the mobile app's scope of work is clearly defined. It allows you to capture a prospect’s needs at very high level.
Smartphones have become an integral part of our social and professional life. We all use apps that help us communicate and collaborate. These are quintessential to getting things done on the go.
The global mobile workforce is set to increase from 1.32 billion in 2014, accounting for 37.4% of the global workforce, to 1.75 billion in 2020, accounting for 42.0% of the global workforce. The growth is taking place across the globe. Executives, consultants, and workers on the go are demanding mobile apps that will give access to their back office data to help them make decisions while they are on the move.
Xamarin.Forms, I should or shouldn't ?
As we started getting more mature on the Xamarin platform, prospect clients have started asking us questions related to the viability of using Xamarin.Forms. However, since the time Xamarin came under the fold of the Microsoft's Visual Studio IDE, we have started noticing the change in questions. These are more towards internal of Xamarin and when to use.